Why Source Inspections are Important

Avoid Costly Product Defects and Shipment Delays

Product inspections minimize the amount of costly product defects. Inspections can detect merchandise containing non-standard or non-compliant components.

Avoid Cost

Identify or Explore Corrective Actions

Inspections help you determine the overall quality of your order, and determine the need to issue corrective actions before any products leave the factory.

Corrective Actions

Protect Your Company's Brand and Reputation

Sub-standard products result in customer complaints and damage your reputation. Product quality inspections help ensure consistent customer satisfaction.

Protect Your Reputation

For Inspections, KSHOES QC team recommends the International Inspection Standard to determine the number of units that will be randomly selected for evaluation. Samples are checked against a detailed inspection plan for appearance, applicable functionality, packaging integrity, workmanship, and your specific requirements. Discovered defects are classified as major, minor, or critical depending on inspection plans. If you have your QC standard and procedure, we will concern to follow your documentation.

What Type of Inspections Do I Need?

There are several types of inspections available throughout the production process; First, In-Process and Pre-Shipment inspections. As one of the longest serving inspection companies in Asia, one of our Inspection Manager are very capable to help choose the best source inspection service to fit your requirements.

What Other Services Reduce My Quality Risks?

KSHOESQCteam has an international reputation for providing independent third-party inspection and testing services. Professional QC team can provide you solutions to your entire supply chain from the sourcing, manufacturing to final delivery.

KSHOES Quality Control Inspection for Footwear

bulletCareful measurement and fitting check of shoe’s insole length, insole width, toe lift, heel height and back height for proper fitting, symmetry and sizing requirements

bulletCheck for issues in stitching, including conducting seam strength tests and checks for fraying, skipped stiches, feed abrasion marks, open stitches, crooked stiches and puckered seams

bulletEyelet inspection including checks of pairing, spacing, sharp parts, deformation and looseness

bulletHeel inspection including checks for denting, webbing and proper attachment by nails, screws or staples

bulletOn-site testing including marking and vulcanization tests for rubber outsoles, function and fatigue tests on closures, bonding tests, flex tests, rocking tests, fabric testing and verification of special features like waterproofing and stain resistance

bulletCheck conformance to legal requirements for footwear, including protective footwear standards, children’s footwear requirements and labeling requirements for country of origin and material composition

bulletPackaging inspection including check of polybags, barcodes and carton assortment for conformance to requirements, as well as checks of retail packaging, such as shoe position within retail shoebox, proper sizing stickers, tissue paper or paper card forms and silica gels

bulletCoordinating testing by an accredited laboratory to test shoe properties like slip resistance, sole wearing resistance and shoelace durability, as well as to identify issues in fabrics such as harmful substances, colorfastness, flammability, fiber analysis, light exposure and wet and dry-cleaning properties